On Tuesday, conservative journalist Laura Loomer said she filed a police report to press charges of assault against Maxine Waters, the impeachment-obsessed California Democrat who recently incited violence against members of the Trump administration.
Loomer explained: “When I confronted her regarding her call for targeted harassment of Trump administration officials, Ms. Waters assaulted me 3 times. She hit my hand to try to knock my phone out of my hand, and then she hit me in the face with her papers twice.”
She also posted a photo of the police report number:
The entire video can be seen here.
Reaction to her report was largely supportive:
Good! I pointed that out in one or two of my tweets.
You should bring charges against her.
I wish you could do something about that schoolgirl bully smirk she had on her face at the back of the "members only elevator"!!!
— Camaro Laura???????????????????????????? ???????????? (@LauraWi32702281) June 27, 2018
Assault charge on the woman @RepMaxineWaters calling for assault would be sweet justice.
— ✖️-trout ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@craigtrout2) June 27, 2018
You have every right to file charges against a person who not only incites violence but physically assaults you.
— CandyCuisine (@CuisineCandy) June 27, 2018
Good luck, let's hope Waters loses her job as a Representative, and never gets to work again for our government in any form. She incites for violence against others based on political belief. She is a threat.
— Luis Rene Cardenas (@LuisRC44) June 27, 2018
One person wondered how many others Waters has assaulted:
Thank you for always being so courageous & diligent!
It's great to finally see someone hold Mad Maxine accountable.
Just a thought – How many other people has Maxine done this to, but they let Mad Max get away with it?!
— Diane Costa (@DianaforTrump) June 27, 2018
Over the weekend, Waters encouraged supporters to harass and attack members of the Trump administration in public places.
“If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere,” she said.
Since then, Judicial Watch filed a House ethics complaint against Waters and Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., filed a measure to censure Waters. That measure also calls for her to formally apologize and resign from the House. A separate White House petition demands she be expelled from Congress and the pro-Trump duo Diamond and Silk, among others, have said she should be deemed a domestic terrorist.
All in all, it hasn’t been a good week for Waters.
Hopefully, voters in California’s 43rd Congressional District will see fit to kick Waters out of office this November — assuming, of course, that she’s not in jail or a mental institution…
- GOP Rep. introduces measure to censure Maxine Waters, calls for resignation
- Judicial Watch files House ethics complaint against Maxine Waters for inciting violence
- White House petition calls for the removal of Democrat Maxine Waters
- Diamond and Silk: Maxine Waters should be deemed a domestic terrorist for inciting violence
- Maxine Waters calls for members of Trump administration to be attacked, harassed — Videos
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